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Use of Technology


What technology is available out there for my small business?
Regular Phone vs. VOIP (Voice over IP) like VONAGE?

Regular Fax vs eFax.com???

Should I build my webpage by myself? Any stories you want to share?

 

 

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  1. VoIP is a revolutionary technology that has the potential to completely rework the world’s phone systems. VoIP providers like Vonage have already been around for a little while and are growing steadily. Major carriers like AT&T are already setting up VoIP calling plans in several markets around the United States, and the FCC is looking seriously at the potential ramifications of VoIP service.

    Above all else, VoIP is basically a clever “reinvention of the wheel.” In this article, we’ll explore the principles behind VoIP, its applications and the potential of this emerging technology, which will more than likely one day replace the traditional phone system entirely.

    Check the article by ROBER VALDES at:

    http://computer.howstuffworks.com/ip-telephony.htm/printable

    Publicado por Nestor | marzo, 23:12
  2. Well. To start with, there is a difference between “Small business VoIP systems” and “Small business VoIP service”. The article below explains what VoIP is and what the difference between the 2 options you have.

    http://www.buyerzone.com/telecom_equipment/voip/tmm-small-business-voip.html

    Publicado por denis | marzo, 08:43
  3. It is not obvious that VoIP is going to save you money. Here is below a buyer’s guide telling you if you should go VoIP or stick to the old good phone.

    http://www.buyerzone.com/telecom_equipment/voip/index.html

    Publicado por denis | marzo, 08:48
  4. Should your business switch to VoIP. Here is a very comprehensive article giving you the major points…

    http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/0,4621,323324,00.html

    Publicado por denis | marzo, 08:53
  5. An example from a leading VoIP provider. This box connects to your DSL or cable modem and you will get a wireless network and the ability to connect 2 VoIP phones.

    http://www.vonage.com/device.php?type=WRTP54G

    Publicado por denis | marzo, 09:03
  6. Vonage is one of the most well known and successful Internet telephony players in the market. The four-year-old company essentially turns broadband connections into phone lines by transmitting phone calls over the Internet.

    In the United States, the voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, market is still in its infancy, but analysts predict it will grow quickly over the next few years as consumers opt out of traditional phone services for lower-cost VoIP services. In 2004, approximately 900,000 to 1.5 million in North America used Internet telephony. That number is expected to grow to between 8.2 million and 15.3 million by the end of 2007.

    The whole VoIP service category got a huge boost in September when eBay agreed to pay $2.6 billion for Skype, a small European company that offers free voice calling from computers and special VoIP phones free of charge.

    Vonage believes it’s in a good position to capitalize on the potential market growth. The company more than tripled its subscribers in 2005, and as of Feb. 8, 2006, it said, its VoIP service had more than 1.4 million subscribers.

    Publicado por Nestor | marzo, 19:18

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